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Old 08-02-2010, 01:12 PM   #42
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Default Re: Jonas Valanciunas - possible top 5 pick

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Originally Posted by jamal99
IMO Vesely might do better in the NBA then any of other players on that list. He's so long and athletic, plus hustles hard every game.

Another prospect too look is Nemanja Nedovic (plays at same time like Nemanja Bjelica did until now), a 6'2" very athletic point guard. He can shoot pretty well and is improving his decision making and passing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPNssDFqhE0

and here he hits a 3pointer and then assists Bjelica for a dunk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bcpvi...eature=related

He is born in 1991.

This Nedovic guy looks like an interesting prospect, that dunk was sick too. I'll have to keep an eye on him, we'll see if he can get some significant minutes at the Eurocup level.

I like Vesely - I think he's got a lot of translatable skills to the NBA game and above average athleticism, he had a chance of going top 10 this past year.


Valanciunas won the tournament MVP.



The all tournament team was: Lithuania's Deividas Pukis, Russia's Dmitry Kulagin, Latvia's Davis Bertans and Serbia's Nikola Silad.

Don't get how Gentile and Chrysikopoulos didn't make the team.
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